Cloud adoption can help optimize costs, but it also imposes constraints due to local and global regulations, and introduces security concerns.
A cloud access security broker (CASB) can help security leaders manage the use of cloud-based apps to benefit both the enterprise and its employees.
During a recent point-of-sale data breach, attackers made off with client data regarding products, sales, passwords and electronic signatures.
A move to IDaaS requires skill, knowledge and a small leap of faith, but the increased control over the cloud environment is well worth the elbow grease.
A CASB is helpful for harnessing shadow IT cloud applications, but it can also offer three additional benefits that companies often overlook.
Companies are still worried about cloud security risks, but many are more concerned about the resources required to integrate existing infrastructure.
Public cloud services have become more secure than on-premises options. Still, many IT professionals are hesitant to move their data off-site.
Are cloud security tools worth the investment? It depends the type of tools, how they're configured and how they're implemented.
As business moves to the cloud, it makes sense for CISOs to manage identity and access management functions with cloud-based solutions.
The demand for IDaaS is expanding into every industry. Retailers, universities and financial institutions can benefit from adopting cloud IAM solutions.